============================================================ Fundamentally Right: Enlightened into the Dark Ages

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Enlightened into the Dark Ages

It appears that history is in the process of repeating itself in Europe. The sun seems to be setting and it’s dusk, night can’t be far off.
Despite the grandiose plans and dreams of the European Union, they are on the brink of new Dark Ages.

How could they know in the post World War II era that a labor force shortage could be the beginning their own undoing?

They welcomed the Muslim laborers, but those laborers did little to assimilate into the European culture.

As the Europeans became more secularized, more socialized, more liberal and less Christian, new rules replaced the old. Political correctness reigns and on Sundays, empty churches are easy to find.

The terrorist attacks in Europe are just another phase of a well laid out plan to conquer the continent for Islam. Darkness is drawing nigh.

Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo, International Director of Barnabas Fund, wrote a gripping article posted on the Barnabas Fund website.

The title of the article is “The Islamization of Europe.”

Dr. Sookhdeo writes:

“On Friday 20th May 2005 a crowd of some 300 Muslims burned a wooden cross outside the American embassy in London. This was part of a protest against the rumoured desecration of a Qur’an by American soldiers in Guantanamo Bay, during which British and American flags were also burned. Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of this event was that it was not deemed newsworthy, receiving little attention in the national press.

The whole scenario is reminiscent of what happens in so many Muslim-majority countries: a rumour of an insult to Islam, a violent and blasphemous anti-Christian reaction, police watching idly, and a complete lack of public interest let alone outrage. It could have been Pakistan, Egypt, Indonesia or Northern Nigeria. But it was the UK.”

Do you find it strange that the world’s main stream media simply didn’t report this story?

The article continues;

“Europe is undergoing a rapid process of change as Muslims make their presence felt in politics, economics, law, education and the media. While there is a wide range of attitudes amongst Muslims in Europe, with many who are broadly content with the status quo and just want to live their lives peacefully, others are striving deliberately to drive forward the changes. As a result of the efforts of the latter, Europe is gradually being transformed into a society in which Islam takes its place, not just as an equal alongside the many other faith communities, but often as the dominant player. This is not purely, or even primarily, a matter of numbers, but is more a matter of control of the structures of society. It is not happening by chance but is the result of a careful and deliberate strategy by certain Muslim leaders.

Though the effects are only now becoming noticeable, the planning was done decades ago. In 1980 the Islamic Council of Europe published a book called Muslim Communities in Non-Muslim States which clearly explained the Islamic agenda in Europe. When Muslims live as a minority they face theological problems, because classical Islamic teaching always presupposed a context of Islamic dominance; hence the need for guidance on how to live in non-Muslim states. The instructions given in the book told Muslims to get together and organise themselves with the aim of establishing a viable Muslim community based on Islamic principles. This is the duty of every individual Muslim living within a non-Muslim political entity. They should set up mosques, community centres and Islamic schools. At all costs they must avoid being assimilated by the majority. In order to resist assimilation, they must group themselves geographically, forming areas of high Muslim concentration within the population as a whole. Yet they must also interact with non-Muslims so as to share the message of Islam with them. Every Muslim individual is required to participate in the plan; it is not allowed for anyone simply to live as a “good Muslim” without assisting the overall strategy. The ultimate goal of this strategy is that the Muslims should become a majority and the entire nation be governed according to Islam. (M. Ali Kettani “The Problems of Muslim Minorities and their Solutions” in Muslim Communities in Non-Muslim States (London: Islamic Council of Europe, 1980) pp.96-105)

Not all Muslims would support this action plan. The more secularized are happy to become integrated within the majority society. Even amongst those who agree on the ultimate goal of creating an Islamic state, there are differences about methodology i.e. whether this should be a slow and peaceful transition, or whether it should be hastened by means of political dominance or even – say some – by violence.

Despite the variety of opinion amongst Muslims, it is not hard to recognize the different stages of the Islamic Council of Europe’s strategy being put into practice within today’s Europe. Muslims do tend to live in tightly concentrated areas, and show little sign of integrating into wider society. Saudi funding is paying for the erection of large and beautiful mosques, staffed by imams brought over to Europe from the “home countries”. Sweden’s third largest city, Malmø, is effectively ruled by violent gangs of Muslims, and some of the Muslim residents of the city still cannot read or write Swedish though they have lived there for 20 years. Denmark has recently seen the Nordgårdsskolen in Aarhus become the first school in the country to have 100% Muslim pupils. Britain’s Muslim population (variously estimated at between 1.6 and 3 million) is concentrated in three areas: north-west England, the midlands and London. In some of these areas Muslims are now targeting the remaining Christian presence, arsoning churches, physically attacking church leaders and their property; the aim seems to be to “cleanse” these areas of non-Muslims.”



Please read the rest of Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo’s post at the Barnabas Fund.Org Here

It is well beyond the time to turn on the lights before America allows herself to slip into the Dark Ages. It’s time to dispense with the political correctness and game playing, time to stand together as Americans while we still can. As you just read, it may be too late for Europe, but we can still push back the darkness if we recognize the danger.

Thanks to The Barnabas Fund and Dr. Sookhdeo, we appreciate the invaluable service that you do. May God bless you in your service to Him.

God bless America

Brad


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